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elias: good morning iowa! i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on wednesday march second elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations
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wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. sabrina: let's get into the top five this morning.... sabrina: super tuesday may have shaped up a clinton versus trump contest for the white house this november. the pair widening their leads for their respective party's presidential nomination. donald trump and hillary clinton both won seven states. so far, no presidential candidates have dropped out of the race since the numbers came in.
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in the number two spot this morning... elias: a complaint over a busy daycare raised questions over how many kids should be allowed at in- home daycares in des moines. after learning that one daycare was caring for more children than allowed by ordinance, the city moved to crack down on providers. but complaints and worries it would leave hundreds of kids with no daycare has officials taking a step back....holding off on any decisions. sabrina: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... sabrina: the president and senate leaders met to discuss the republicans' stance of not considering a supreme court nominee this year. with republican leaders sticking to their decision... " we will look forward to the american people deciding who they want to make this appointment through their own votes."" sabrina: senate minority leader harry reid said that democrats would not be giving up on this issue. elias: number four... elias: the mother of emily fazzino
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through detox to get off of pain medication. the news had been kept secret from almost everyone, including her husband. alexander fazzino has been charged with murder in emily's 20-12 death. the defense has blamed it on prescription drug abuse. sabrina: and finally in the top five... sabrina: some startling news from the state auditor's officer about iowa's 9-1-1 system. iowa auditor mary mosiman has recommended improvements be made to the management of money collected for running the iowa's enhanced 9-1-1 calling system. an audit found most counties either under reported...or over-reported costs, with one off by more than a million dollars. elias: new this morning....the city of ames looking for input on improving a heavily used corridor. elias: thousands of cars travel along lincoln was each day, along with hundreds of pedestrians and cyclists... the roadway is also where i-s-u freshman emmalee jacobs
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cy-ride bus and killed... now, the city is looking at ways to improve the lincoln way corridor.. a series of workshops will be held to gather recommendation s from those who live and work along the roadway, as well as the public in general. the information will help develop the corridor plan, which will address the look of the corridor and the safety needs of cyclists and pedestrians. the public workshop will be held this evening at zeke's. sabrina: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: sam: weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day
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expected to come back through the eveninin as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations as they should be cold enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and
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chances. sabrina: gathered at the statehouse lobbying effort that's easy to support... special olympics gathered asked sign the pledge not to use "the r word" when describing people with intellectual disabilities. this was on longer would only use the treat everybody the same way no matter who they are or what they look like." sabrina: it's all part of the national "spread the word to end the word" campaign. you can take the pledge yourself on "r dash word dot org." sabrina: the metro may be dealing with the last of winter, but we have some summer news this morning... nitefall on the river has announced the acts for its popular summer series.. tickets for this year's concert series go on sale friday... the shows kick
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with hairball taking the stage at the simon estes amphitheater. here come the mummies, the nadas, and los lobos are also set to perform this summer. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break, with lots more still to come on with lots more still to come on good morning iowa... sabrina: coming up, we continue our series on a wisconsin murder case...which has been thrown into the spotlight thanks to a netflix documentary. elias: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...one- thousand block of northeast 54th avenue and a second at the ...three-
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elkhart. so take care on the roads today... sabrina let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." elias: drivers in the
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to deal with a little snow on the roads tuesday morning....but not to the extent of those in states to the north... ice and snow covered roads in wisconsin caused headaches for drivers....especia lly those who found themselves sliding into an accident... elias: (anchor toss to wx) sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations
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enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. elias: the popular netflix series "making a murderer" has
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case of steven avery... sabrina: the wisconsin man was exonerated of sexual assault and attempted murder after spending 18- years in jail...but just two years after his release, he ended up back in jail. avery was convicted of the 2005 murder of photographer teresa halbach... elias: the 25-year-old had moved to green bay to start her career....and brittany falkers spoke with the man who offered her that chance... " "she was a loving, caring person and she loved people." retired photographer tom pearce says terea halbach was like the daughter he never had. "and she always had a smile. she was always happy about one thing or another." she came to his studio in green bay, wisconsin as a young photographer... looking to break into the business. "she wanted to learn and she wanted to be able to do what she loved." "and i found that she was really wanting.... to do the best she can and become the best photographer." he says teresa started as an intern at pearce photography, but with natural talent and a knack for putting people at ease... he offered her some studio space to persue her dream.
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death, that... um... if she was still here today, she would be one of the best photographer's in the state 7:07 because of how she hanldled what she does. 7:10 it not just a matter of taking a picture, that's part of it, for sure, but it's how to get the people relaxed and comfortable to have a nice portrait or family photo or whatever the case may be... and i saw that in her." although pearce says teresa perferred to be behind the camera... she sat for this now infamous portrait... a photo he took for her mother. pearce says he has not seen the documentary series... but wants people to remember the woman behind the photo. "and that's what they should be looking at and that she had a great future in front
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sabrina: now through friday, we will have more stories taking you deeper into the story.. we'll hear from those who live there, as well as the attorneys working on the avery case. tomorrow, we'll get to know more about the victim, teresa halbach...this time in her own words... three years before her death, she created a video diary... all: (reax) elias: we'll take a elias: we'll take a short break here on good morning iowa, when we return... an amazing light show caught on dashcam...but what caused this fire in the sky? "now, we are iowa's
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most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a
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with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations as they should be cold enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to
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weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. sam toss back. sabrina: sabrina:
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sabrina: a bright glowing object...flashed across the sky above scotland monday night....startling residents. dashcam video shows a bright blue fireball...illumin ating the landscape. some residents say it caused a loud boom as well. the royal astronomical society believes it could have been a low- altitude meteor, burning into a "fireball." all: (reax)
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for another short break... but when we come back... with more and more people cutting their cable cords....at&t looks to attract the mobile market. ...but first here's what happened last night on jimmy kimmel live.
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the bundles will includes hundreds of channels like you already get at home. elias: whole foods has recalled maytag raw milk blue cheese nationwide -- over a possible listeria contamination. recent tests done in iowa revealed the presence of done in iowa revealed the presence of listeria bacteria in two lots of products. the recall involves cheese sold in packaging like that shown here. maytag dairy farms suspended both production and distribution while the cause of the problem is determined. whole foods says no illnesses have been reported in connection with the recall elias: teachers, education professionals, and college students in education programs have the chance to meet with 15 central iowa school districts todya... hearland area education agency will be hosting an education career fair in johnston this afternoon. representatives from school districts will be looking to fill positions ranging from teaching to support roles. elias:
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morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first...a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
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moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning
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iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations as they should be cold enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we
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showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. elias: our top story controversy swirling around des moines in- home daycares elias: a complaint has lead to concerns over how many children should be allowed inside... sabrina: city ordinance says that any care provider can have six kids time... tonja boggs is licensed by the for as many as a time.. recently the city demanded she reduce the number of kids she cares for ...and launched plan to review all other in- home care providers. but now the city is taking a step back. when the city wanted to crack down on daycare providers.... they got a lot of
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enforcing that city ordinance would land hundreds of kids with no daycare... a group of providers are coming together to fight back. "togther we stand, we stand strong you can pick us off one by one but having a group is harder to shut down. sabrina: city councilmen joe gatto the council will wait for more information before making a decision.. the group of daycare providers plans to stand before the council at the next meeting, march 7th. elias: new this morning...a new report shows concerns about iowa's e-9-1-1 management... elias: findings from the state auditor shows help may be needed when it comes to cost reporting... iowa auditor mary mosiman has recommended improvements be made to the management of money collected for running the iowa's enhanced 9-1-1 calling system. an audit found most counties either under reported...or over-reported
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a million dollars. the audit covered two fiscal years for the emergency services. sabrina: the super tuesday results are in- democrat hillary clinton and republican donald trump are both one step closer to their party's presidential nominations.. elias: the frontrunners racking up big wins from the deep south to new england and abc's lana zak has the big political headlines this morning. "script: 20:52:18 with these super tuesday results, it looks increasingly likely that the november election will be a match-up of hillary clinton and donald trump-- trump: "i'm gonna go after one person - that's hillary clinton" clinton, marching forward on a clear path to her party's nomination-- keeping one eye on her democratic competitor--bernie sanders--who won vermont, oklahoma, and minnesota. gfx: but with a commanding lead in the delegate count, clinton already taking on trump-- clinton america never stopped being great cheers on the republican side, ted cruz won his home state of texas and oklahoma, and marco rubio won his first
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the gop nomination will stretch on... but the night belonged to trump, who commanded the leader-board...and was a bit more gracious to his competitors than in recent days. trump 21:39:17 cruz, feeling victorious with his texas win, urging voters to think of this now as a 2-man race-- 22:48:02 tag: none of the republican candidates have indicated that they will be dropping out, which could potentially lead to a brokered convention, failing that, the republican establishment will have to decide how they handle a trump nominee, who has shown no interest in playing by any
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sabrina: the biggest test candidates factor. and while iowans they were what happens. chris -"i like the fact necessarily go with the trend, go with the fad, and that it was a close race here. hopefully it will be equally as close we will see. " we have such access of these individuals in today didn't have that type of direct access so i think that is difference." sabrina: the primaries and caucuses don't stop here. saturday folks in kansas, kentucky, louisiana, maine and nebraska get to cast their ballots. sabrina: and for final results from the super tuesday states, visit our website, we are iowa dot com. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs)
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weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations as they should be cold
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to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. sabrina: turning to the courtroom in winnesheik county...another day ahead in the fazzino trial sabrina:: as alexander fazzinor faces charges in the 20-12 death of his wife emily....her mother took the stand tuesday... cindy beckwith told the jury emily wanted private rehab in her parents
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of 2011. beckwith said, under doctor's instructions, she went through four days of detox to get off her pain medication. it was all kept a secret, even from her husband. she told the jury she then thought emily was cured and never saw her under the influence again. " four day rehab at my home, that was her request and i honored it" sabrina: cindy beckwith said she thinks her son in law was to blame for emily's death, not the drugs. his defense has blames emily's death on prescription drug abuse. elias: in national news...senate republican met with the president, as the two sides face off over the supreme court. elias:: president obama confronted
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senate leaders over their insistence no supreme court nominee will be considered this year. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell...and senate judiciary committee chairman chuck grassley....made their case for refusing to consider any nominee from the president. republicans have repeatedly said they want the next president to select a nominee. " (sen. mitch mcconnell) "so this vacancy will not be filled this year. we will look forward to the american people deciding who they want to make this appointment through their own votes." (sen. harry reid/(d) nevada) "never in the history of the country has anything like this happened, where they won't meet with a person. they simply won't hold hearings. they won't nominate. and we're going to continue beating the drums. all we want them to do is fulfill their constitutional duty and do their job. " elias: senator grassley also released a statement following the meeting at the oval office... saying quote... "whether everybody in the meeting today wanted to admit it, we all know that considering
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the middle of a heated presidential campaign..." "...is bad for the nominee, bad for the court, bad for the process, and ultimately bad for the nation." sabrina at ((time check)) we'll take a quick break here on good morning we'll take a quick break here on good morning iowa... elias: coming up, why you may see quite a few bookworms today... sabrina: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at three locations... the first at the......39-hundred block of cottage grove - east bound a second set up at the ..... 34- hundred block of grand - east bound and the third at the ....23-hundred block of indianola - north bound so use caution while driving.. elias: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at
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"your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light
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through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are expected to see heavier accumulations as they should be cold enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. sabrina: there's nothing like getting lost in a good book.
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and its a good day for it...national read across america day. it's celebrated every year on march 2nd... the birthday of late writer and illustrator dr. seuss. the initiative was created by the national education association with the goal of encouraging children and teens to read... but adults can also take a lesson from this. all: (reax) favorite book? last book you read? sabrina:
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speaking of books...a big announcement by des moines public schools, dmacc, the university of iowa will be made today about a new statewide scholarship initiative... the focus will help prepare iowa high school students for a college education. this initiative will be unlike any other at iowa's regent universities. elias: we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with america's money. america's money stocks super tuesday- the week following
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about xeljanz."now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy southeast wind. we may see a few early sprinkles late this afternoon but we're mainly going to see a rain and wintry mix turning into light snow overnight through central iowa. areas north and east of the metro are
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as they should be cold enough where the wintry mix transition to snow will be very quick or it will all fall as snow. totals across the metro should range from a trace to 1/2 an inch, but areas north and east of the metro should range from 1 to 3 inches. the winds won't be too bad so blowing snow and low visibility aren't a huge concern unless you're driving in the middle of the night. we may see a few flurries or light snow showers linger into thursday morning, but most of that day will just be cold and breezy. we're going to warm up nicely into the weekend with highs climbing back to the 60s and a few scattered rain and thunderstorm chances. sam toss back.
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trending now...a surpise guest for a hollywood tour... for a hollywood tour... ""we have the new 'batman versus superman' coming out. who do you think's gonna win that battle, guys?" "superman!" "superman!" (nat) "how's the tour going, good?" " elias: you never know who you'll run into when you're visiting tinseltown! ben affleck gave some visitors to the warner brothers studio tour in hollywood a surprise -- in the name of charity. the stunt launched the
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celebrity auction... donate at least 10 bucks to charities chosen by the stars of "batman v superman," and you're entered for a chance to attend the film's red carpet premiere... and even take a spin in the batmobile! all: (reax) sabrina time for another
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morning iowa .... a quick look outside as you get ready to start your day....when we return, a look at the top stories in our morning refresh. elias: : do you have a story for us...or a comment you want to share? well be sure to contact us. you can email us or call our newsroom... we're also on facebook.... "we are iowa local 5 news" and twitter "we are iowa 5 news" if you see news break... let us know. we are iowa and we want to cover the stories that are
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sabrina: welcome back everyone....as we wrap up our first hour, let's take a quick look at the top stories... elias: we recap your headlines...in the morning refresh... elias: we talk winners and losers from super tuesday... its looking like a clinton versus trump contest for the white house this november. sabrina: the number of kids be cared for at in-home day cares is under scrutiny.. but there's a catch. elias: the president meets with republican leaders, but the standoff remains over the next supreme court nominee. sabrina: time now for another short break... but when we come back... ames is asking for public input on a plan to address safety concerns along a major roadway elias: plus sam's in with a look at your morning forecast! another full hour of good morning iowa... is right after this.
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning iowa! i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on wednesday march second elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: after a snowy and cold day yesterday iowa is looking at a slightly warmer day with precipitation expected to come back through the evening as a mix of rain and snow. highs today will climb to the low 40s under plenty of cloud cover and a breezy

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